Participants of the program "New Generation" — students and young scientists from 17 countries, arrived in Tatarstan for participation in the second All-Russia Scientific Forum "Science of the Future — Science of the Youth", which takes place from 19 to 24 September in Kazan.
Thanks to the program of short-term study tours for foreigners "New Generation", 40 students and young scientists of the CIS countries, Argentina, India, Hungary, Great Britain, Sweden, Spain, France and others had the opportunity to listen to lectures of world-renowned scientists, to communicate with like-minded people from Russia and to become closer to scientific knowledge and technology. A trip to Russia is an excellent opportunity for the participants of the Program to expand the circle of professional acquaintances and, of course, to get new knowledge and experience that will help them in their future research activities.
The work of scientific sections in areas of agro-, bio- and food technology, humanities and social sciences, information technology and computer systems, mathematics and mechanics, mechanical engineering and energy, life sciences and medicine, Earth science, ecology and environmental management, new materials, production technologies and processes, physics and astronomy, chemistry and chemical technology are in the forum Program.
Young foreign scientists — delegates of the "New Generation" will present papers in several sections. The young people will also participate in the conference "Science of the Future", student competition "UMNIK" and the French-Russian day of young scientists.
At the end of the forum, the participants will enjoy an extensive cultural program: visiting the Kazan Kremlin, city sightseeing tour, a trip to the island town of Sviyazhsk.
The second All-Russia Scientific Forum "Science of the Future — Science of the Youth" is a platform for the development of educational and scientific ties between generations of scientists, engagement of students in solving current scientific problems, youth consolidation in science.